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key on a keyboard that is used to capialize letters when press with that letter key
CTRL + Z
undos the previous action
CTRL + X
CUT TEXT OR GRAPHIC AND MOVE IT TO THE OFFICE CLIPBOARD (CUT)
CTRL + V
paste, Pastes the selected text
CTRL + C
copy, COPY text or graphic and move it to the Office Clipboard
CTRL + P
print, This is the keyboard shortcut to display the Print dialog box.
CTRL + S
save, saves a document
CTRL + A
selects all, Select all contents of the page.
CTRL + B
The short cut for Bold, Toggles Boldface on and off
CTRL + F
opens the find and replace dialog box
CTRL + K
CTRL + N
This is the keyboard shortcut to display a new blank document
CTRL + U
Toggles Underlining on and off
CTRL + I
Toggles Italics on and off
CTRL + O
OPEN A DOCUMENT
a keyboard option used in application software to provide additional functions for the alphanumeric keys
Is pressed together with another key to alter or change its function
Caps Lock Key
When turned on, locks the alphabet keys so that all letters keyed to be capital letters.
key on the keyboard that spaces the cursor forward one space at a time and produces a blank space when pressed.
key which removes the text to the right of the cursor position.
Used to apply a command, finalize data entry, or move the cursor to the beginning of a new line
key which removes text character or space to the left of the cursor position.
All letters in the alphabet and numbers 0 through 9 on your keyboard. It does not include the punctuation keys.
The keys on computer keyboard used in place of the mouse to move the cursor to a new location.
This key lets you quit a task you are performing
the keys numbers F1 through F12, located above the numeric key on a keyboard that have different functions depending upon the software program in use
any letter, number, or symbol typed on the keyboard
used in conjuction with another key to carry out an operation.
machine that performs four functions: input, processing, storage and ouptput. It can perform calculations and process a large amount of information accurately and much more rapidly than the human brain.
Cut and Paste
to highlight text or select an object and move it to another location. (Select or highlight text>press CTRL + X keys> place cursor in new location and press CTRL + V keys.)
Copy and Paste
Leaves original text in present location and duplicates the text and places it again in another location. (Select or highlight text>press CTRL+ C keys> place cursor in new location and press CTRL + V keys.)
information entered into the computer. The computer processes data.
to remove or erase. Highlight text or select an object and press the delete key.
anything produced in a word processing program.
when keying text, the act of spacing text two lines apart.
the way the words look on a page
output from a computer that you can touch (output from a printer or plotter)
Home Row Keys
the keys on the keyboard where hands are positioned to begin typing, Left fingers are on the a,s,d,and f,keys and right fingers are on j,k,l,and ; keys.
pictures orsymbols that represent work(files of programs) behind them
A miniature version of an image.
to add new text into already existing text without deleting the previously keyed text.
an alignment option in which words are spaced so that the end of lines are even with both the left and right maragin.
an input device consisting of a standardiazed layout of buttons or keys with symbols, such as letters, or numbers, that can be entered into a computer by pressing on the keys.
keys on a keyboard which contain letters of the alphabet.
The line at the top of the screen that gives you your different choices to select from drop down lists of options.
keys of a keyboard which contain the numbers 0-9.
the position of the body or parts of the body.
a mechanical output device that can print text and graphics on paper.
output from a printer
to move text or images up and down or left and right on the screen.
output from a computer that you can see or hear, but cannot touch--(Ex: output from a monitor or speaker)
instructions on a disk that make the computer work. It tells the computer (CPU) what to do. Software programs are usually stored on disks until needed. Often the disk containing the program is called software.
Special Functions Keys
keys that carry out specific things ( Ex: Shiftkeys, Return/Enter keys, Caps lock key, ALT key, CTRL key.
to tap or press the keys on a keyboard with a finger or thumb.
key on a keyboard that contains a symbol
a key used to indent text in a line; can also be used to setup columns in a document or jump to the next cell in a spreadsheet or database
another name for alphabetical data that was entered
The line near the top of the screen that gives the name of your file
Letting the computer decide where to end each line (typing text without pushing return/enter at the end of each line)
Is anything that can be connected and integrated with a computer. Eg. Printer, scanner, Copier, Photo card reader etc.
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